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Roy Moore disrupts U.S. Senate race in Alabama — and prepares for new level of defiance in Washington ()
The former state chief justice, who was removed from office twice, believes God’s law comes first.
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As Trump campaigns for Strange in Alabama, he expresses some doubts: 'I might have made a mistake' ()
Trump promised that if Strange didn't win, he would campaign in the general election for his opponent.
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Trump’s Huntsville speech in 3 minutes ()
President Trump spoke on a variety of topics at a Sept. 22 rally in Huntsville, Ala., where he was campaigning for Sen. Luther Strange.
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Enforcer or ‘choke point’? Kelly seeks to bring order to chaotic White House. ()
Some complain that the retired general’s style stifles Trump’s spontaneity — and cuts him off from his base.
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'Put It Down': South Park's anthem for a week when late-night comedy took over politics ()
"Don't be on your phone while being president. Put it down. Might do something dumb and cause an accident."
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The Cassidy-Graham bill probably won't become law. And more than half of America is good with that. ()
A new poll shows 56 percent of Americans prefer Obamacare to a GOP proposal, which is already hanging by a thread
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'Regular order' may have just killed GOP's Obamacare repeal. So what is it? ()
John McCain just staked his “no” vote on regular order, which can mean a lot of things to different people.
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Activists plan further resistance — and thank yous — as ACA repeal effort staggers ()
With just eight days to go before Sept. 30, the deadline after which Republicans will lose the ability to pass an ACA replacement with a simple majority, activists working to save the law were markedly cautious.
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GOP eyes corporate tax rate of 20 percent, retreating from Trump’s lofty goal ()
Republican negotiators are also expected to include “full expensing” in tax overhaul — but only for five years.
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Latest GOP effort to dismantle Obamacare on the brink of failure after defections ()
With John McCain and Rand Paul both at no, Senate Republicans cannot afford to lose any more votes.
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A window into the Alabama campaign trail with Roy Moore ()
The Post's Michael Scherer followed former Alabama chief justice and U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore in the final days of his campaign against Sen. Luther Strange (R). Here's a look into the controversial race.
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Supreme Court case offers window into how representatives choose their constituents ()
Justices will consider whether Wisconsin’s redistricting map violates the Constitution.
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Ben Carson breaks with Trump, endorses Roy Moore in Alabama Senate nomination race ()
Trump has endorsed the other candidate, incumbent Sen. Luther Strange.
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Some good news for House GOP: Top recruit steps up to seek Washington-state seat ()
State Sen. Dino Rossi said Thursday he would seek the seat being vacated by Rep. Dave Reichert (R-Wash.) during an appearance at the Washington State Republican Party’s annual dinner.
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Melania Trump hosts first White House garden event ()
First lady Melania Trump planted and harvested produce with D.C.-area children in the White House Kitchen Garden on Sept. 22.
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Sen. Cassidy touts coverage for preexisting conditions in June town hall ()
"I am doing my best to make sure that we continue coverage, care for those with preexisting conditions,” Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) told constituents during his town hall meeting on June 30.
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Sen. Cassidy on health care in June: 'I will judge the final product' ()
Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) discussed health care and addressed constituents concerns regarding pre-existing conditions during his town hall meeting on June 30.
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President Trump's claim that 10 refugees overseas cost as much as one in the U.S. ()
The president offered a striking statistic at his U.N. speech. Where did it come from, and is it valid?
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Hurricanes may compel even more Puerto Rico residents to flee to the mainland, officials warn ()
An even bigger exodus would put a strain on the island and places such as Florida.
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The Health 202: Cassidy-Graham's abortion ban workaround ()
Antiabortion groups are watching the Senate parliamentarian.
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Trump trades insults with 'madman' North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ()
The war of words between Trump and Kim continued on Friday.
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Nikki Haley emerges as interpreter — and megaphone — for Trump ()
U.N. ambassador’s star rises within the White House as Rex Tillerson continues to struggle at State. But Tillerson dismissed rumors of a shake-up.
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The Finance 202: It's not at all clear that voters want a tax code overhaul ()
Republicans will both have to craft a plan and sell it.
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‘Insanity’: New ad pressures Murkowski, four other senators to oppose health bill ()
Community Catalyst Action Fund is investing six-figures in a radio ad campaign designed to defeat Cassidy-Graham.
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